President Trump says the Republican party is expected to “do well” in the upcoming midterms.
President Trump reflects on his recent rally in Arizona and touts GOP Senate hopeful Martha McSally.In a tweet today, the President called Friday night’s rally honoring McSally as, “fantastic.”
Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson requests the FBI release information related to interactions with DOJ official Bruce Ohr and former lawyer Michael Sussmann. The Republican senator sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray, asking to share information on the bureau’s interactions with the two. The letter claims former FBI General Counsel James Baker met with Sussmann, who is now an attorney with Perkins Coie.
Large crowds are gathering in Kansas, where President Trump is preparing to hold a Make America Great Again rally in support of the state’s Republican candidates. The president will depart from the White House on Saturday, on route to the state capital of Topeka. There he will hold a roundtable with supporters before the rally, where more than 10,000 people are expected to show up. Many attendees began lining up for the event as early as Friday morning.
In-N-Out executives are defending its decision to donate to political action committees, saying it has made equal contributions to both parties. One America’s Jeff Dwyer has more on the fast food chain’s donations.